Try your hand at kitesurfing at Kilifi Creek with the help of an expert guide. Or head below the surface and discover the fascinating Vuma Caves, a large underwater cave network that hosts an abundance of marine wildlife. Swim past dolphins that shelter in the caves’ entrance and encounter Moray Eels and Pelagic species that will glint in the light of your powerful torch.
Dive in Kisite Mpunguti Marine National Park the so-called home of the dolphins. This stunning park boasts coral gardens and a wide variety of rare and endemic wildlife as well as migratory birds that often pass through the area. Take the chance to get involved in reef conservation work. Dive below the surface and plant new coral or help track changes to existing coral in the area. For something truly unique, explore this Marine Conservation area at night and gain a whole new insight into the nocturnal lives of the species that inhabit this park.
Cross into Tanzania and make your way to Pemba Island where you will get the chance to swim with, and feed, whale sharks that inhabit these waters. Discover the Njao Gap Reef which slopes sharply down to the ocean floor and which boasts anemones, pufferfish, and bannerfish, to name but a few. Explore the island itself and encounter the famous and secretive Pemba Flying Foxes. Embark on a night dive at Fundu Lagoon where you will be able to feed the sneaky coconut crab, the largest land-living arthropods in the world.
Dive the Fundu gap where you will encounter Manta Rays that glide in and out of the caverns that pepper this underwater landscape. On the eastern side of Pemba take the opportunity to discover eerie shipwrecks, overtaken by nature, and catch sight of the elusive hammerhead shark. Head inland to discover ancient caves that are imbued with powerful folklore and believed to house ancestral spirits.